CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media

Social media is agog this morning with the story of a Covenant University student who faked her kidnap so she can go to Ibadan to meet her boyfriend. To make matters worse, all the while she was with her boyfriend, he was one of those tweeting for people to help find her.

The lady named Damilola went from Lagos to Ibadan to see a Mark Ikotun. Friends and family feared she had been kidnapped and they issued a missing person alert. The boyfriend she was with also led the search for her on social media and was begging for her return.

She later returned claiming she had been kidnapped and raped, causing her friends and family distress.

But it was later discovered that she staged her kidnap with her boyfriend. Now, her friends are calling her out on social media.

See some tweets below.

CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media
CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media
CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media
CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media
CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media
CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media
CU student declared missing was actually meeting her boyfriend in another state and the boyfriend was among those asking to help find her on social media
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